Part Three: Biophilic Design and the Wellness Effect
If human beings are deprived of the need to interact with the nature that resides in their minds, they experience a disconnection from their essence. This deprivation is a physical disadvantage in human life. This also leads to stress and difficulty in focusing which affects the quality of life.
State of Wellbeing: Wellness
Everyone faces defeats, difficulties and problems. Personal characteristics, stress, environment and events can put obstacles in one's path to wellness. All these obstacles can make it difficult for you on your long journey to wellness. However, it is important to remember that the main goal of an all-round healthy individual is not to avoid these obstacles, but to know how to cope with them when they do occur. Because wellness is about overcoming life's challenges and making an effort to live a better life.
Biophilic Design Effect
According to research, biophilic design practices increase productivity in offices by 8%, while providing a 13% increase in making employees feel better. All of this fosters creativity and supports regular attendance at work. Design ideas for this trend applied in educational structures can achieve much more effective results. A 20% - 25% increase in learning is considered a biophilic design effect.
Tips on the decors you can choose in decoration for wellness effect with biophilic design
Here are the decors reminiscent of nature with the warmth of wood in furniture!
Avanos Walnut is a vibrant and elegant European fruit tree decor. Its natural details and very fine lines give it its authentic character.
Exotic Oak has an even and natural composition, alternating with longitudinal streaked cuts. The result is an interesting mix of clearly delineated pores and striking details.
The overall feeling evoked by the streaked wood appearance of Victorian Walnut is calmness and tranquility. With its tightly laid wood structure, Victoria Walnut furniture has an ideal and harmonious appearance for use.
Light Zebrano is a decor that can be preferred by those who want to achieve an elegant look in furniture.
While you include wooden looks and natural textures in your furniture, don't forget to include large-leaved green plants in your spaces!
According to research, biophilic design practices increase productivity in offices by 8%.